Finding Dory beats Bad Moms to stay on top of UK box office
Finding Dory has clung on to the top spot in the UK box office - despite the threat from nearest rival Bad Moms.
The adult comedy, starring Mila Kunis and Kristen Bell, took £1.47m in its first week, falling just behind the animated Pixar film.
Finding Dory took another £1.51m, bringing its total UK takings so far to £35.8m.
Suicide Squad dropped one place to third, with takings of £1.27m, followed by new entry War Dogs.
The comedy drama, starring Jonah Hill and Miles Teller, is based on the true story of two men in their 20s who won a contract to arm America's allies in Afghanistan.
|UK and Ireland box office|
|1. Finding Dory - £1.51m|
|2. Bad Moms - £1.47m|
|3. Suicide Squad - £1.27m|
|4. War Dogs - £1.01m|
|5. The Purge: Election Year - £0.8m|
The top 10 also saw a new entry for horror film The Purge: Election Year, which took £807,803 in its first week.
Mechanic: Resurrection, a thriller starring Jason Statham, debuted at number 10, with a total of £508,715.
Jason Bourne is in the charts for a sixth week, taking £732,632 and the number six spot this week, with The BFG following in seventh place with £658,840.
Lights Out - another horror film - took £558,167 in its second week of release and is in eighth place, with David Brent: Life on the Road at number nine with £508,762.